SnowSchool Activities for Every Week of Winter for Every Grade!
We’ve created a winter-long series of outdoor SnowSchool activities and simple snow science experiments that can be right in your backyard, local park or schoolyard! Each activity has a short video to introduce it, and for those who are using SnowSchool for virtual schooling, online classrooms or homeschooling, a corresponding activity/curriculum guide is provided.
Examples of SnowSchool at Home Activities:
What do snow crystals look like? (3rd-5th Grade)
Watch the video below to learn how to explore snow crystal shapes!
Activity & Curriculum Guide: Doing this activity for virtual, home or online school? Click this link to view the curriculum and activity guide for 3rd-5th grade. (Includes discussion questions and extension activities)
Check out more amazing snow crystal images at snowcrystals.com!
What animal made these tracks? (K-2nd Grade)
Activity & Curriculum Guide: Doing this activity for virtual, home or online school? Click this link to see the curriculum and activity guide, as well as discussion questions and extension activities.
How is climate change impacting snow? (6th – 12th grade)
A big SnowSchool shout-out to our site at Niwot Ridgt (LTER) for helping inspire this activity! Learn more at – Niwot LTER
All SnowSchool at Home Activities
You can access and complete all available SnowSchool at Home activities whenever you like, just click here to see all past, present and future weeks’ activities and upcoming themes (you will need your SnowSchool password).
Need a SnowSchool at Home password? Click here.
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inspire and empower people to protect America’s wild snowscapes.